What’s better than the Black Friday sales?… Cashback on the Black Friday sales!
This year, the libraries are collecting for the well-deserved charity- Lincoln Community Larder.
Whoever you’re shopping for this Christmas, there’s only one place to go! Visit your Technology Benefit (Let’s Connect) now and take your pick from hundreds of big brand products – everything from games consoles and fitness watches to heated blankets and hairdryers.
Watch the pennies and spread the cost on home essentials, Christmas gifts and energy saving gadgets this festive season with your Technology Benefit (Let’s Connect).
Offer applies at the Sports Centre only.
The philosophy forum will continue their discussion of Deleuze and Guattari’s ‘What is Philosophy?’
The next Cafe Scientifique is on Tuesday 13 December at The Drill, Lincoln.
All non-religious students, staff and members of the community are welcome to an event organised by Lincolnshire Humanists next Saturday 3rd December.
You are warmly invited to join us for the second online meeting of 2022-23 of the Nineteenth Century Research Group at the University of Lincoln, as we continue our mini-season of talks on the nineteenth-century asylum. This event is open to all.
A special Christmas lecture with Professor Anna Marie Roos, School of Humanities & Heritage and Professor Andrei Zvelindovsky, School of Mathematics and Physics.
Many funding bodies believe that everyone has a right to be treated fairly and with dignity and respect. They are committed to promoting safe research and innovation environments.
The University expects all members of the University including staff and students and those who are not members of the University but who are conducting research on university premises, to observe the highest standards of ethics and integrity in the conduct of their research.
Research integrity is another name for ‘good research practice’. It’s the conduct of research in ways that promote trust and confidence in all aspects of the research process.
This study will investigate the effects of animal-assisted interventions across in person, online and other technological methodologies: using robotics, virtual reality, and videos.
We are recruiting people aged 18+ who have any kind of chronic pain condition to participate in our study looking into barriers to research participation. You can take part in person or online, and the session will take roughly 1 hour.
There are three dates to book onto for this event.
To book a place, please click on the link here: https://hr.lincoln.ac.uk/hrselfservice/
The Career Pathways Framework and supporting online development tool is a workshop that aims to support your development by looking at how the Career Pathways framework can develop transferrable skills at each grade and how you can use this to support your career progression.
As a result of the workshop, you’ll learn how to deal more effectively with the area of time management you find most challenging, e.g. procrastination, planning, dealing with interruptions, saying “no” assertively.
All staff are welcome to attend the Continuous Improvement session, which will be held in person and take place on 9th November 2022 from 09.30 – 12.30 in the Minerva building, room MB1013.